Having already revolutionized the world of Android smartphones a little by ensuring updates and certain endurance, the Finnish brand is returning a new layer with the Nokia X20, X10, Nokia G20 and G10 as well as Nokia C20 and C10. Moderately economical devices, which will not always be available in our region.
Nokia first makes a welcome rating by offering three relatively contained price bands, dropping from 399 francs (or euros) for the most successful variant of the X20 (8/128 GB) to just 139 CHF (or €) for a copy. More modest than the G10. C-series models are currently reserved for Great Britain.
An interesting concept
According to the brand HMD Global runs, the Nokia X20 and Nokia X10 are pushing the boundaries of the mid-range up. Both are powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 5G and are powered automatically by pure Android 11, without overlay, in theory to speed up updates and ensure a certain user experience.
In addition to the beautiful 6.67-inch Full HD + display, the two flagship vehicles expected to arrive in Switzerland in early May also come with a three-year extended warranty and a 100% compostable bumper case An interesting concept that applies to both hardware and software. Now we want to have the best Nokia phone with a five-year warranty!
Always optics Zeiss
Both phones benefit from Zeiss’s expertise. The Nokia X20 has a front camera of 32 million pixels and a quad camera of 64 million pixels at the back. The all-new Dual Sight feature activates two cameras simultaneously and must be able to capture multiple sides or different angles.
Given its value for money which the Finn describes as “exceptional”, the Nokia X10 should appeal to those whose budget is around 300 francs. The 48 million pixel quad-camera with Cinematic Capture is complemented by a comprehensive set of editing tools that allow users to customize, create and share their own content … to continue …
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